Japanese Whiskey Culture Japanese whiskey culture refers to a type of whiskey produced in Japan that is known for its taste profiles similar to Scotch whiskey. Japanese whiskeys generally have a light, balanced, and subtle flavor profile. The Japanese whiskey culture stands out with its careful production methods and the enjoyment of whiskey as a meditation.
Japanese Whiskey & Malt Whiskey Culture Japanese whiskey is a type of whiskey developed in Japan in the early 20th century and is often similar to Scotch whiskey. Japanese whiskeys are made from malt, and also all kinds of malted grains similar to barley from Scotland. Malt whiskey is made by distilling only malted barley or grains. Japanese whiskey is generally softer, lighter, and sweeter.